Data protection and privacy statement
This privacy statement describes how the Interregional Packaging Commission uses and protects any data you send us when you use our website.
In principle, you can visit this website without providing any personal data. However, the details of the contact person and/or the person signing the prevention plan/submissions in connection with the take-back and reporting obligations/shipping declarations are a possible exception.
The Interregional Packaging Commission is strongly committed to protecting personal data and privacy. In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), i.e. Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC, the Interregional Packaging Commission informs you on the following issues:
Address: 92-94 Gaucheretstraat,
E-mail: email@example.com Tel.: +32 (0)2/209.03.600
For its newsletters and other mailshots, the Interregional Packaging Commission will not retain your personal data for any longer than is necessary for the purpose for which it was provided. Personal data will be collected and processed only for the purpose of providing you with information you have requested. Personal data will not be disclosed to any third party and will not be used for direct marketing. If you no longer wish to receive information from us, you can unsubscribe at any time.
In the case of the prevention plan/submissions in connection with the take-back and reporting obligations/shipping declarations, the Interregional Packaging Commission will not retain your personal data for any longer than is necessary for the purpose for which it was provided, namely to comply with and enforce a legal obligation.
With regard to the prevention plan/submissions in connection with the take-back and reporting obligations/shipping declarations, you have these rights only insofar as they do not prevent compliance with, and enforcement of, the legal obligation.
To exercise these rights, please send a request to: GDPR@ivcie.be
Please note that, to comply with the security and confidentiality obligations of the Interregional Packaging Commission when processing personal data, your request will only be processed if you provide proof of your identity. The Interregional Packaging Commission draws your attention to the fact that it has the right to object, if necessary, to any manifestly improper requests (by virtue of their number or their repeated or systematic nature).
Use of the electronic identification card (eID)
When, as your company’s authorised representative, you sign your prevention plan/submissions in connection with the take-back and reporting obligations using your electronic identification card (eID), this is a qualified electronic signature. Your social security number will be included in the certificate that supports this electronic signature.
The Interregional Packaging Commission guarantees, however, that it will not use or store your social security number in any way whatsoever. This has been made technically impossible.
The certificate supporting your electronic signature will only be used to validate your electronic signature, to the exclusion of any other use.
Confidential treatment of company data
The Interregional Packaging Commission guarantees that all data relating to business activities that is provided by a company via this website (e.g. concerning packaging placed on the market) will be treated confidentially, but within the bounds of Belgian law and the following.
The guarantee of confidentiality does not apply to:
The Interregional Packaging Commission reserves the right to combine data from different companies with a view to compiling and, where appropriate, publishing statistics. It will always ensure that publication of this data does not in any way harm the interests of the companies concerned and, if in any doubt, will contact the companies in question.
The Interregional Packaging Commission points out that: